2023 professional learning workshops
2023 WORKSHOP AND PLD PROGRAMME (proudly offered in collaboration with Stonefields Collaborative Trust)
Spaces are limited and will fill fast!
Read through our 2023 calendar below and REGISTER by clicking the workshop links.
*All workshops are offered online
Free Introductory Sessions
*All introductory sessions are FREE and online via Zoom
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Te Kete Hono and Stonefields Collaborative Trust present the
2023 ONLINE LEADERSHIP SERIES:
Leap into Data
Stonefields Collaborate Trust & Te Kete Hono are delighted to invite registrations for their joint Data & Analytics Workshop. This is a two-part workshop - we encourage you to attend both, although each workshop can be registered for separately.
You will create an outcome statement for your school/team and determine your strategy for measuring progress and outcomes. We will share with you a tool for you to take away, use, adapt, and trial to support you in doing longitudinal analysis. This will help you to better understand if you are making enough of a difference.
Cultural Capability - Navigating the Pacific Through the Lens of Tapasā
Exploring Progressions in reading, writing and maths: Practical resources for building and using progressions to support learner agency
Stonefields Collaborate Trust & Te Kete Hono are delighted to invite registrations for their joint Progressions Workshop.
Are you keen to develop agency in your learners? A great place to start is to develop learning progressions in Reading, Writing and Mathematics. Progressions are a powerful way of enabling learners to be drivers of their own learning, know what they are learning and what the next step looks like. This workshop provides practical resources and processes that will enable you to create meaningful progressions in ‘learner speak’ for your classroom and School. You will also strengthen your content knowledge in the foundational learning areas as you make meaning with other participants throughout the day.
Designing a Graduate Profile to inform local curriculum
Stonefields Collaborate Trust & Te Kete Hono are delighted to invite registrations for their joint Graduate Profile workshop.
Designing a graduate profile. What is it, why is it important and where on earth do you start? Locally… What is your current reality, where do you aspire to be and how might you get there?
In this workshop we will share how Stonefields School tackled the challenge of surfacing what is critical to know and what is critical to learn. Our graduate profile has been pivotal while thinking about our local curriculum and curriculum entitlements. It has not been easy; we have traveled the undulating path of change yet again. Insights into what has worked and what hasn’t will support schools in their journey of imagining, reviewing and/or refining their own graduate profile in the context of their own community.